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Open Make Up for Ever

Montreui, FRA

FINA Artistic Swimming World Series 2018

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The FINA Artistic Swimming World Series is a new concept that includes existing international Artistic events organised by National Federations (NFs) on all continents.

PR 76 - SWC 2017: Sjostrom and Le Clos reinforce lead after Doha

Sarah Sjostrom (SWE) and Chad Le Clos (RSA) reinforced their provisional lead of the overall ranking of the 2017 FINA/airweave Swimming World Cup, at the conclusion of the fifth leg of the series, organised in Doha (QAT) on October 4-5. The Swedish star has now 446 points, while the South African champion accumulates 312 points.

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05Oct2017

SWC 2017: Sjostrom and Le Clos, leaders after Doha’s successful leg

The fifth leg of the 2017 FINA/airweave Swimming World Cup concluded on October 5 in Doha (QAT), with Sarah Sjostrom (SWE) and Chad Le Clos (RSA) keeping their provisional lead of the overall ranking of the competition.

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05Oct2017

SWC 2017: Instants that make the difference

In every sport competition, there is always that special moment that goes into history. That victory that was not expected. That defeat that was also not on the programme. Those tears, that anger, that minute of glory where everything goes perfect, or those long seconds where the worst of the nightmares becomes true. That’s the beauty of sport. Those are the instants that make the difference!

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05Oct2017

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SWC 2017: Le Clos and Sjostrom confirm excellence in Doha

The fifth leg of the 2017 FINA/airweave Swimming World Cup kicked-off today in Doha, with the protagonists of the series so far confirming their excellent shape also in the Qatari capital. Sarah Sjostrom, from Sweden, the provisional leader of the overall ranking so far, made a perfect evening session, with three victories out of three finals contested (50m and 200m free, and 100m fly). Chad Le Clos (RSA), the best among men, also confirmed his credentials, earning two additional gold medals, in the 50m and 200m fly.

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04Oct2017

PR 75 -FINA Statement - water quality report in Odaiba, Tokyo

FINA took note today of the Tokyo 2020 announcement of the water quality test results in Odaiba.

As the world governing body for Aquatic sports, FINA will keep working closely with the Tokyo Metropolitan government and Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee to ensure the best available venue and environment for the marathon swimming events in 2020.

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04Oct2017

Sweden and World Cup: a success story?

“Yes, it’s true that Sweden has been doing quite well in this competition…” Sarah Sjostrom, who competed this morning in the heats of the Doha (QAT) leg of the FINA/airweave Swimming World Cup is the latest example of her country’s achievements in this competition. The Swedish star, provisional leader of the overall ranking of the series, accumulates, before this afternoon’s finals, a total of 27 gold medals in the competition – the latest five were achieved in Hong Kong this weekend.

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04Oct2017

SWC 2017: Stars are motivated to shine in Doha (QAT)

Everything is ready in Doha (QAT) for the fifth leg of the 2017 FINA/airweave Swimming World Cup, taking place in the Qatari capital on October 4-5. At the two-day meet at the Hamad Aquatic Complex, host of the 2014 FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), some of the best swimmers of planet are highly motivated to display great performances and improve their position in the overall ranking of the competition.

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03Oct2017

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